well united

united

[yoo-nahy-tid]
adjective
1.
made into or caused to act as a single entity: a united front.
2.
formed or produced by the uniting of things or persons: a united effort.
3.
agreed; in harmony.

Origin:
1545–55; unite1 + -ed2

unitedly, adverb
unitedness, noun
nonunited, adjective
ununited, adjective
well-united, adjective
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united (juːˈnaɪtɪd)
 
adj
1.  produced by two or more persons or things in combination or from their union or amalgamation: a united effort
2.  in agreement
3.  in association or alliance
 
u'nitedly
 
adv
 
u'nitedness
 
n

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unite
early 15c., from L. unitus, pp. of unire "to unite," from unus "one" (see one). United Kingdom is recorded from 1737. The phrase United States has been used since 1610s, originally with reference to Holland; the North American republic first so called in 1776. United Nations
(1942) originally meant "the Allied nations at war with the Axis powers;" the international body (officially the United Nations Organization) was chartered in 1945. United Provinces were the seven northern provinces of the Netherlands, allied from 1579, later developing into the kingdom of Holland.
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